Any study of the time period will show you that decimal point were not used.<quoted text>No, the Bible says nothing about whole numbers in particular or math problems in general--that is your assumption. The Bible simply gives the dimensions of a circular pool. We don't know whether the Hebrews of the time used fractions or not--or at least I don't. Nor do we know whether the pool in question was a true circle.
But from the descriptions and dimensions, we can infer that the writer knew very little about mathematics and was more than a little imprecise about measurement--the equivalent of a modern "good enough for government work" attitude, perhaps.
Whatever the reason, the passage is flawed.
The passage is correct 3 is Pi using whole numbers. Where is it written that decimal points must be used?
It not! 3 is Pi you all sure need to try harder to disprove the bible.
A cubit is a very crude measurement and you're worried about a point one.